(WASHINGTON TIMES) – Rudolph W. Giuliani bushed off legal blows suffered by other lawyers for President Trump in light of their efforts to challenge the results of his race for reelection in court falling short Friday.
"The simple fact is, we don't need courts," Mr. Giuliani stated on Fox News. "The United States Constitution gives sole power to the state legislature to decide presidential elections," he said.
Lawyers representing Mr. Trump and his reelection team are pursuing lawsuits in a number of states where they allege his loss at the poll to Democratic rival Joseph R. Biden was the result of fraud.
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